MENTOR SACCO GATANGA MID TESTIMONIALS

Mr. Gilbert Kiarie Mburu.
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GILBERT MBURU: MENTOR SACCO IS HELPING ME TO SECURE MY FUTURE

Mr. Gilbert Kiarie Mburu,  joined  Mentor Sacco in 2013. He teaches at  Kathambara primary school.  “ I  noticed  that one of my colleagues who was a member of Mentor was making a lot of progress and this motivated me to follow  her example,” he said. The decision was wise because the Sacco financed his higher education at the University of Nairobi.  He graduated with two degrees – a bachelor and masters  of education.

Additionally, through the Sacco’s long term loan product dubbed ‘jijenge’, Mr. Mburu  has been able to purchase a piece of land in which he is currently putting up a modern family house.  He has  also ventured into poultry farming after being financed to buy an incubator by the Sacco.

Since 2013, he has religiously attended all the members’ education, training and information days ( MIDs) organized by the Sacco. “ Today, I have learnt how to liberate myself from debts, the benefits of making wise investment decisions and how to achieve financial freedom,” Mr. Mburu  said after attending the MID at Gatanga primary school. “ This will help me to secure my future,” he added.

Mr. John Maina Kamau.

JOHN  KAMAU: MENTOR SACCO HAS ADDED VALUE TO MY LIFE

Mr. John Maina Kamau joined Mentor Sacco way back in 1999. It was then known as Murang’a  Teachers Sacco. “ My journey with Mentor Sacco over the years is very memorable because I have been able to invest in real estate, transport business and agribusiness,” he said. He is proud to have been among the members who campaigned for the Sacco to open its common bond , rebrand and launch front office services activity ( FOSA).  That strategic decision has contributed immensely to the Sacco’s growth in profitability  and  membership.

Mr. Kamau is an active and loyal  member of Mentor Sacco.  He regularly attends its AGMs and MIDs where he is an active  contributor.  “ Today’s MID was exceptional because the attendance was very high and the facilitator gave us important  insights on how to achieve financial freedom,” he said adding that the attendance proved that the Sacco is growing very fast.

NELIUS MUTERIA:  NO TURNING BACK SINCE I JOINED MENTOR  SACCO

As soon as she was employed by the Teachers Service Commission ( TSC) in 1990, Nelius Ngumbai  Muteria joined Mentor Sacco.  Ever since, there has been no turning back. The Sacco has supported her in educating her children.  Nelius is a very loyal member of the tier one Sacco. “ I  have helped many people to join Mentor Sacco – including some who are not  teachers by profession –  and they have really  benefited after doing so,” she said. “ They often call to appreciate me for  motivating  them to make the wise  decisions,” she added.

Nelius also gave an assurance that even after she retires, she will continue being a member of the Sacco. “ Today, I have learnt the importance of having cash flowing assets and in that regard, I am  planning    to put up    rental house in my commercial  plot  through the assistance of Mentor Sacco,” she said at the end of the MID at Gatanga primary school.

GRACE  KIHARA:  MENTOR SACCO HAS ASSISTED ME TO ACHIEVE MY DREAMS

Grace  Nyambura Kihara  joined  Mentor in 2015 after being  employed by  the TSC.  She was advised to do so by her professional  colleagues.  She has been financed by the Sacco to further her education  and  to invest in a plot. “ True to its mantra, by and large, Mentor Sacco has helped me to add value to my life,” she said. “ The Sacco offers an array of innovative loan products  at  very competitive interest rates to the benefit of members,” she added.  By accessing these products, she has  been  able   to educate her two children who  are currently in high school. 

She also noted  that the  Sacco’s staff members are very friendly and professional.  “ Whenever we want  to   access  the Sacco’s products, the staff members assist us until we are satisfied,” she said. 

MONICA  MWANGI:  I AM A LOYAL MEMBER OF MENTOR SACCO

Monicah  Wanjiku  Mwangi, a teacher by profession,  joined mentor sacco in 2006 .  She is happy  to have made  that decision.  “  The Sacco has supported  me in  educating my children,  investing in  a business,  putting up a modern  house and   buying  a  car,”  she said.

Being a loyal member of Mentor  who is keen on supporting its growth,  Monicah has played a pivotal  role in convincing  over twenty  teachers  in  her zone to join  the tier one Sacco.  “ Today , we’ve been taught  how to invest wisely by  the facilitator, while the management team took  us through   the products  and services  that are offered  by  the Sacco,” she  said.

STEPHEN NDUNGU:  MIDS ARE IMPORTANT FOR  MEMBERS

Mr. Stephen Ndung’u  is a teacher  at  Muthiga primary school.  He  joined Mentor Sacco  in 1991 after graduating  from college.  “ My goal was to purchase a piece of land and to construct a modern house for my family;  I am glad that Mentor Sacco  has helped me to realize it,” said  Mr. Ndung’u.  

He joined the Sacco while young and single. With time though, he got married and the Sacco supported him to educate his children. He was also able to  further his education  by  joining the University of Nairobi in 2004 to undertake a bachelor of education degree. He graduated in 2008. Mentor financed him to achieve that dream.

“ Today, I have  learnt about the cash flow quadrant from the facilitator and how it guides one in achieving  financial freedom,”  he said after attending    the MID  at  Gatanga primary school.  “ I have also learnt about the need of investing in various sources of  passive income in order to secure  my  future,” he  added.

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